The Leader podcast| Tory sleaze: is it back to the 90s for Boris Johnson?

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After the Owen Paterson scandal, Tory sleaze claims are back in the headlines, particularly second jobs...but how damaging is it? And will voters care?

MP Geoffrey Cox is facing calls to step down after his moonlighting as an almost £1,000-an-hour lawyer in the British Virgin Islands via his Commons office was revealed.

And Andrew Bowie’s quit as Conservative vice-chairman in protest at the wake of scandals engulfing Number 10, saying it’s a matter of conscience.

We’re joined by David Bond, the Standard’s Deputy Political Editor, to discuss the impact of the latest claims.

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